Feds charge 5 in 'systematic' torture of child in northern Minn.

According to federal charges, boy suffered more than a year of abuse under a foster care placement.

Minnesota House votes to allow driver's licenses for unauthorized immigrants

Siblings were walking home when driver killed him, injured her, charges say

Marsha Gayton placed a cross at the accident site where her son was killed during a vigil Monday, Jan. 30, 2023, in Bloomington, Minn. Donald E. Gayto

The driver was speeding, drunk and left the scene, according to the charges.

7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

A large recruitment banner at Memphis Police Department in downtown Memphis, Tenn., on Jan. 29, 2023.

Two more Memphis police officers have been disciplined and three emergency responders fired in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols, officials said Monday, widening the circle of punishment for the shocking display of police brutality after video showed many more people failed to help him beyond the five officers accused of beating him to death.

Amazon closing Shakopee sorting center, impacting 680 jobs

Amazon is shutting down its sorting center in Shakopee.

Every employee who works there will be offered a transfer to one of Amazon's other facilities in the Twin Cities region, the company said.



Nurses with the Minnesota Nurses Association joined with medical students from the University of Minnesota and other labor organizations on Monday to

Minn. lawmakers weigh further review of Fairview-Sanford merger

Frey nominates new Minneapolis health commissioner
Federal judge hears arguments on St. Paul rent control's constitutionality
Champlin man gets probation for setting fire to Brooklyn Park Salvation Army

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The Metro-South Phoenix players formed a compact group during a Jan. 24 game, but their starting point is anything but compact.

Six schools, one team? High school co-ops cope as programs vanish

Edwards' 33-point effort not enough as Wolves fall to Kings in overtime
5 NFL playoff takeaways: Referees, QBs and context for Kirk Cousins
Souhan: Gobert is awkward, and becoming a force for the Wolves

Amazon is shutting down its sorting center in Shakopee.

Amazon closing Shakopee sorting center, impacting 680 jobs

A Twin Cities pool contractor must pay more than $2 million for deceiving customers
Honeywell and union strike deal, averting lockout at Twin Cities plants
What the heck is potassium sorbate? Demystifying common 'chemical sounding' food ingredients

Protesters rally against the fatal police assault of Tyre Nichols, in Memphis, Tenn., on Jan. 27, 2023.

Death of Tyre Nichols must spur reform

Millions of Americans in the path of weather hype
Editorial cartoon: Empty bookshelves in Florida schools
Readers Write: The death of Tyre Nichols, green energy



Minneapolis artist and human art installation Scott Seekins worked on a self-portrait in his studio near Loring Park in Minneapolis.

He wears only black or white, roams Minneapolis and considers himself a work of art

Review: In Children's Theatre's 'Locomotion,' some kids find their lyrical groove
Introducing the Green Room, 'bringing live music back to Uptown' in Minneapolis
Country superstar Luke Bryan is returning to Xcel Energy Center on Oct. 14

Souhan: Gobert is awkward, and becoming a force for the Wolves

In a loss to the Kings on Monday, Rudy Gobert was one of the most important players on the floor. If the Wolves are going to contend, it will have to stay that way.

Souhan: Vikings fans should admire what Super Bowl-bound Eagles have pulled off

Vikings fans have their reasons for resenting the Philadelphia Eagles, but they should admire the way the NFC champions have gone about their business.

A one-sided parking argument

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An Amtrak train emerges from the Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel in Baltimore, Sept. 15, 2015.

'Amtrak Joe' Biden hails plans for big East Coast tunnel fix

Biden, McCarthy to discuss debt limit in talks on Wednesday
State's LGBTQ lawmakers flex political power at the Capitol
State Senate narrowly backs right to abortion in state law


A large recruitment banner at Memphis Police Department in downtown Memphis, Tenn., on Jan. 29, 2023.

7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

School where boy shot teacher reopens with added security
In the West, pressure to count water lost to evaporation
Florida sheriff sued for 'Wheel of Fugitive' defamation

Workers and volunteers carry an injured victim of a suicide bombing upon arrival at a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, Monday, Jan. 30, 2023.

Death toll from Pakistan mosque suicide bombing rises to 74

2 Cuban sisters' 4,200-mile journey to the US and a new life
WHO: COVID still an emergency but nearing 'inflection' point
5 Ukrainian civilians killed as warring sides mull next move

Mike Bakk, U.S. Steel’s Minnesota-based director of operational readiness, posed by a hydraulic shovel in Keewatin, Minn., in 2022. These machines a

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Did a famed parks leader import gray squirrels to Minneapolis — and have the red ones killed?

This image released by Apple TV+ shows Connie Britton in a scene from the series “Dear Edward.”

Connie Britton's new show is a 'Friday Night Lights' reunion

Trevor Noah returns as Grammy host with comfort, nervousness
'24,' 'Runaways' actor Annie Wersching has died at 45
Gregory Allen Howard, who wrote 'Remember the Titans,' dies

Dr. Yakov “Jacob” Gradinar, watched as Ukrainian soldier Roman Hrhorian, took steps on his new prosthetic leg at the Protez Foundation Jan. 19 in

Minnesota prosthetics project for Ukrainian soldiers seeks to be 'lights in this world'

St. Paul teacher honored for work with Hmong language
Minneapolis entrepreneur commemorates slain son in expanding salon
Wisconsin town rallies to help art center, music shop damaged in fire